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| Re: establishing hyperfocal distance.. |
Keep in mind that most DOF calculators and hyperfocal distance calculators assume a standard output size / viewing size. Typically the assumed output size if something like an 8x10 print. So at a relatively viewing size like that everything in calculated range will seem fairly sharp. However when you view it on say 100% pixel level, things will look unsharp. One solution to find a calculator which allows you to specify your intended viewing size and uses that to calculate the hyperfocal distance. Another rough technique is to find hyperfocal distance for a wider aperture abut then actually use a slightly smaller aperture. For example focus at the hyperfocal distance which your calculator gives for f11 and then use f16 instead of f11.